RYADH SEASON 2023: A garden where flowers from various cultures around the world bloom.

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RIYADH: The festival’s flag-off ceremony, which is adorned with various customs, cultures, and arts from around the world, was held in Riyadh with colourful ceremonies.

Beyond all sectarian thoughts of religion, politics, and others, in front of the unfolding beautiful scenes of culture and art, a sea of people shouting together with joy proclaims to the entire world the glory of the great city of Riyadh.

This year’s Riyadh season is approaching its fourth edition. The Riyadh season, which arrives with the pride of previous seasons that were grand in terms of events, has become one of the most anticipated events by both foreigners and locals. Apart from being a centre of world cultures, this desert city of Riyadh offers endless opportunities for your celebratory nights. For that, the GEA has prepared for the people several months of unique events in seven different zones of the great city of Riyadh; from concerts to five-star dining, there’s something for everyone.

The Riyadh season’s programs will be staged at Al-Suwaidi Park, Via Riyadh, Wonder Garden, The Groves, Food Truck Park, Riyadh Zoo, Boulevard City, Souq AlAwaleen, Roshan Front, Boulevard World, and Kingdom Arena.

Al Suwaidi Park is a gathering place for cultural exhibitions from various countries. Each country is given a week long night to showcase their cultural and folk art forms. The Indian, Philippine, and Indonesian Nights weekend concluded with outstanding performances of various folk art forms. Sudan Week is currently underway, with various performances by Sudanese artists. In the coming weeks, Riyadh will witness the spectacle of the world coming together under one roof, with performances from Nepal, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. The daily parade, which brings together all art forms and attracts everyone, is a highlight of the Riyadh season. This segment will continue with more highlights from different countries’ cultural performance week at Al Suwaidi Park.

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